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#LookAtMe – Online for 24 Hours and In-Person at 5PM

Sunday, October 01, 2023 @ 5:00pm



NJ Film Festival
71 Hamilton Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

NJ Film Festival offers this film on demand for 24 hours starting at midnight with an in-person screening at Rutgers at 5:00pm.

#LookAtMe – Ken Kwek (Singapore). When teenagers Sean and Ricky are invited to attend church with Sean’s girlfriend, they are treated to an Evangelical rock concert capped by a searing anti-LGBTQ sermon. Sean, a Youtuber, soon gets into trouble for dropping an outrageous video lampooning the megachurch’s pastor. He is widely condemned and prosecuted for flouting Singapore’s strict laws on public expression. As Sean descends into near-madness in prison, his gay twin brother, Ricky, gains prominence as a LGBTQ activist. Both find themselves at the heart of a culture war that spills out from social media into the real world. In English and Malay, subtitled. 2022; 108 min.




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